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Pharmaceutical journals

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Wiley-Blackwell has been selected by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain as publisher of the Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, International Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Focus on Alternative and Complementary Therapies. It will also publish the new title Journal of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research. The journals, which were previously self-published by the society’s publishing division Pharmaceutical Press, will transfer to Wiley-Blackwell in January 2010.

Robert Bolick, managing director, Pharmaceutical Press, Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain commented, 'After a rigorous selection process, we are delighted to have chosen Wiley-Blackwell as publishers of our learned journals programme. Working with Wiley-Blackwell will ensure the future development of the journals for the benefit of the scientific and pharmaceutical community worldwide.'

Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology publishes original research papers, critical reviews and communications on the latest developments in the pharmaceutical sciences. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice publishes original research and review articles on all aspects of medicines management, policy, practice and education. Focus on Alternative and Complementary Therapies is a quarterly review journal that aims to present the evidence on complementary and alternative medicine in an analytical and impartial manner. Launching in 2010, Journal of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research aims to become a focal point for the publication of all aspects of research within the field of health services research that relate to pharmaceuticals.